illuminated  Sentence example : The Book of Kells, written around the year 800 AD, is one of the most beautifully illuminated manuscripts in the world. 

Illuminated meaning is light up. “A flash of lightning illuminated the house”.

Throw light on, cast light upon, shine on, flood with light, floodlight, brighter.  To supply or brighten with light.

To shine light on it and to make it brighter and more visible. Or to explain and show more clearly something.

The definition of an illumination is the act or process of making something clearer or brighter.

Describing, explaination, informing, enlightening, illuminating.  The definition of illuminated is to light something up or to explain something so that it is clear to understanding.

When you turn on a light, this is an example of a situation where you illuminate a room.

When you decorate your house for Christmas, this is an example of a situation where you illuminate a house.


Sentence example : The Book of Kells, written around the year 800 AD, is one of the most beautifully illuminated manuscripts in the world. 

“she does sing beautifully” very well; excellently. “all the elements combine beautifully.” in a way that is very attractive. in a way that is very pleasant.

having beauty; possessing qualities that give great pleasure or satisfaction to see, hear, think about, etc.

She was beautifully made-up. The new curtains tone in beautifully with the carpet.

It was a positive delight to hear her sing so beautifully.


Distrusted  Sentence example : Some peoples however, such as the Celtic Druids, distrusted writing and preferred to use oral traditions. 

Distrust. Antonym for trust and synonyms for mistrust, be suspicious of, with suspicion, be skeptical or/and sceptical and have no confidence,be unsure of, not certainty or skepticism.

To not trust someone or something. The lack or absence of trust.

Regard with suspicion. Or haven’t faith or confidence in.  Distrust is a feeling of doubt about some person or thing. We distrust people who aren’t honest.

When you trust someone, you believe in her. So the opposite is true of distrust.


take to be the case or to be true, accept without verification or proof. synonyms: presuppose, take for granted, anticipate.

to give, or to take someone or something for granted means to underestimate the value of that person of thing. given, and it usually follows ‘take for’ or ‘taken for’.

if you take someone for granted, you count on that person but you may not always show your appreciation and royalty. permit, grant, to allow, acknowledge, admit, used to admit that something is true before saying something else about it.

“They gave awarded her a grant to study abroad for one year”. agree to give or allow for something requested to. to allowing something of requested or applying.


Humans seem to have always had a need or desire to write. Egyptians wrote of battles, business, biographies and love in hieroglyphics 6000 years ago.

hieroglyphics are symbols in the form of pictures which are used in some writing systems, for example those of ancient Egypt.

if your written language consists of pictures rather than letters and words, your written communications would be hieroglyphic in nature. synonyms as symbols, signs, code, cryptograms, cryptographs.


Origin, or original human. Native, ori, originating, naturally in a particular place or area. For example is Red Indian in America. Or Negro in Africa. And orang asli in Malaysia.

Indigenous people belong to the country in which they are found. Rather than others ethnic. Originating in and characteristic of a particular religion or country, or synonym as native human.


Sentence example : Writing makes our thoughts or views more permanent.

Constant, persistent, lifelong, standing, unchangeable, undying, long-term, long-lasting. “A permanent job”.

“A permanent income”. To leave and staying a long time without any problems, and to get more comfortable, is via buy a house”.

Permanent is for forever and it’s means for forever. Permanent is continuing to exist for a long time or forever. Tetap.

Not moving, or not for a while. It is forever for a long time. Never changed and still the standard or inherent.